In which I separate two common terms into the good and the bad
In which I turn some of our motivations upside-down
In which I talk about all those ‘side things’ that don’t seem important but really are.
In which I tell a story about some of the tools I have learned to deal with mental illness.
In which I talk about what equality is and what it isn’t.
In which I talk about those of us who feel we are on the fringes of the LDS church, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, and foyers.
In which I find value to having doubt.
This may take me a couple of days to write, because of the reason why I’m writing it. Thanksgiving to Christmas, aka The Holidays, can be a lot of fun. But they are also crazy stressful, and for those of us who struggle with mental illness, even those in recovery, it can be crazy hard. … Read more…
Most of my life I was pretty miserable. There are a lot of reasons why that was so. And it took me a long time, a lot of learning, and a lot of effort to turn that around. But you know what? The secret is amazingly simple. The way to make Bad Things into Good … Read more…